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Typing Dude is a good website to calculate your words per minute and accuracy. It's free and can be found at http://www.now1technologies.com/typetest
400 meters per minute is about 1/4 mile per minute.
96 gallons per minute = about 363.4 liters per minute.
Multiply liters per minute by 0.0353146667 to get cubic feet per minute.
key strokes per minute
1.9 million per minute untreated
Cardiac output is the blood volume pushed out by the left ventricle per minute. Stroke volume is the volume of blood pushed out of the left ventricle per contraction of the heart (each heart beat). So stroke volume into heart rate / minute gives you cardiac output.
The stroke volume and the heart rate. The stroke volume is the volume of your blood and heart rate is how many beats there are per minute.
Numeric keystroke per minute that is considered to be a good score will vary. On average, 160 keystrokes per minute is a good score and anything above this is above average.
Cardiac out put is the volume of blood pumped by the heart per minute. Cardiac output is a function of heart rate and stroke volume. The heart rate is simply the number of heart beats per minute. The stroke volume is the volume of blood, in milliliters pumped out of the heart with each beat. Increasing either heart rate or stroke volume increases cardiac output.
Depends on the stroke volume (how much blood your heart pumps per beat) and heart rate. This is different for everybody and depends on activity level. Heart Rate x Stroke Volume = Amount of Blood pumped/minute
Kspm (key strokes per minute) vs. ksph (key strokes per hour) This is a measurement of speed with typing numbers out on a Ten Key number pad, also known as an adding machine. If you have kspm, then you have a number of key strokes you can hit per minute. Since there are 60 minutes per hour, you merely need to multiply the number you have by 60 to get your ksph. If you have ksph, you have the number of key strokes you can hit in one hour. To find out how fast you can hit keys in a minute, you need to take this number, which represents 60 minutes, and divide it by 60. You will then have the number of keys you can hit in one minute. kspm * 60 = ksph ksph / 60 = kspm
Trick Question! ...depends on the RPM the engine is running at.